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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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After I get my K1, get married, and then get my EAD and get a job and got my AOS done, my exhusband is willing to have my children move to the USA once we are on our feet there.

What would I file for my kids? It would be too late to do a K2... since by the time my ex will allow the kids to move down, would be about a year after I get married


Sarinha

First met March 2007, playing an MMORPG (ffxi)

Getting married Feb 12 2010

Will start our VJ Feb 2010

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I-130 Journey - VSC CR1 & CR2

02-xx-10 -I-130 sent

xx-xx-10- I-130 NOA1

xx-xx-xx- I-130 NOA2

- Total Days from NOA 1 to NOA2 xxx

I-129F Journey - VSC K3 & K4

xx-xx-xx I-130 Received @ NVC

xx-xx-xx Case Completed at NVC :

xx-xx-xx NVC Left:

- Total Days from NOA1 to NVC Complete xx

- Total Days @ NVC xx

Consulate

xx-xx-xx Received at Consulate

xx-xx-xx Medical Date

xx-xx-xx Interview Date [ ] Pass [ ] Fail

- Total Days from Recd at Consulate to Interview xxx

- Total Days from NOA1 to Interview xxx

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Follow to Join must be completed before the 1 year anniversary of the K-1 issuance not the K-1 marriage..


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Thats gonna cut it real close for us then..

Because after I get my k1, moving down there... once Im settled down there, my ex is going to wait until we are settled at our own place first. The first year were married we will be living with my in-laws saving $ for a mortgage, and then once we get a place, thats when he will allow for us to have the children move down. So if we miss the one year cut-off of the K1 issuance, what do we file for at that point?


Sarinha

First met March 2007, playing an MMORPG (ffxi)

Getting married Feb 12 2010

Will start our VJ Feb 2010

2c61618b8b94d52d.gif

I-130 Journey - VSC CR1 & CR2

02-xx-10 -I-130 sent

xx-xx-10- I-130 NOA1

xx-xx-xx- I-130 NOA2

- Total Days from NOA 1 to NOA2 xxx

I-129F Journey - VSC K3 & K4

xx-xx-xx I-130 Received @ NVC

xx-xx-xx Case Completed at NVC :

xx-xx-xx NVC Left:

- Total Days from NOA1 to NVC Complete xx

- Total Days @ NVC xx

Consulate

xx-xx-xx Received at Consulate

xx-xx-xx Medical Date

xx-xx-xx Interview Date [ ] Pass [ ] Fail

- Total Days from Recd at Consulate to Interview xxx

- Total Days from NOA1 to Interview xxx

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Thats gonna cut it real close for us then..

Because after I get my k1, moving down there... once Im settled down there, my ex is going to wait until we are settled at our own place first. The first year were married we will be living with my in-laws saving $ for a mortgage, and then once we get a place, thats when he will allow for us to have the children move down. So if we miss the one year cut-off of the K1 issuance, what do we file for at that point?

After you are married, your husband can file an I-130 for each of his step-children, that would result in CR2 visas. They would then arrive with LPR status, just like you'll have when your AOS is done. This process will take about a year after the petitions are filed.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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perfect. So esentially my fiance can start to file for it, around the same time I get married and adjust my AOS after I come in on the K1, and a year later should be good! :thumbs:

Thank you for answering :)

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Sarinha

First met March 2007, playing an MMORPG (ffxi)

Getting married Feb 12 2010

Will start our VJ Feb 2010

2c61618b8b94d52d.gif

I-130 Journey - VSC CR1 & CR2

02-xx-10 -I-130 sent

xx-xx-10- I-130 NOA1

xx-xx-xx- I-130 NOA2

- Total Days from NOA 1 to NOA2 xxx

I-129F Journey - VSC K3 & K4

xx-xx-xx I-130 Received @ NVC

xx-xx-xx Case Completed at NVC :

xx-xx-xx NVC Left:

- Total Days from NOA1 to NVC Complete xx

- Total Days @ NVC xx

Consulate

xx-xx-xx Received at Consulate

xx-xx-xx Medical Date

xx-xx-xx Interview Date [ ] Pass [ ] Fail

- Total Days from Recd at Consulate to Interview xxx

- Total Days from NOA1 to Interview xxx

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Filed: Other Country: China
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perfect. So esentially my fiance can start to file for it, around the same time I get married and adjust my AOS after I come in on the K1, and a year later should be good! :thumbs:

Thank you for answering :)

Yes, I'd file the petitions when you think you're a year away from having them here. They then have six months to use the visas giving you an extra few month's leeway.


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